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OxygenOS 9.0.2 (9.0.3) based on Android PIE for OnePlus 3 & OnePlus 3T

  1. mohd_areeb
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    mohd_areeb , May 27, 2019 :
    Mind your language, Mr.Old i shared my experience which happened with me in the same case!
     

  2. elanglois
    Lollipop May 27, 2019

    elanglois , May 27, 2019 :
    Do you know the difference between a brick and a bootloop. If you soft bricked it, then you downloaded the wrong file. Not getting the file for your device will increase the chance of bricking. Downgrading does not.

    And what language are you talking about? I haven't started yet
     

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  3. elanglois
    Lollipop May 27, 2019

    elanglois , May 27, 2019 :
    Its your cache. Let it build. Do we have to explain this EVERY update?
     

  4. Narender
    Eclair May 27, 2019


  5. F_Prashant_Karmacharya_U
    Honeycomb May 27, 2019

    F_Prashant_Karmacharya_U , May 27, 2019 :
    if cant wait for ota then update via oxygen updater or scroll up to find a download link and update locally.
     

  6. enzephalon
    Cupcake May 27, 2019

    enzephalon , May 27, 2019 :
    No, I get no IP. And 'root' is not an option, it should run as normal user without modifications.
     

  7. atulclassic
    Honeycomb May 27, 2019


  8. elanglois
    Lollipop May 27, 2019

    elanglois , May 27, 2019 :
    Well. Shoulda, Woulda, and Coulda. You gonna wait on Oneplus to fix it? Or you want me to help you make it work?

    And why is root not an option? It doesn't take that long to do.
     

  9. SahilQureshi
    Honeycomb May 27, 2019

    Last edited: May 27, 2019

  10. G_om_prakash_Maurya_oCKq
    Cupcake May 27, 2019


  11. P1537004195095
    Cupcake May 27, 2019


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  12. G_plusone
    Marshmallow May 27, 2019


  13. G_om_prakash_Maurya_oCKq
    Cupcake May 27, 2019

  14. Trevor.Hawkes
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 27, 2019

    Trevor.Hawkes , May 27, 2019 :
    So if we delete the cache the battery life will suffer during this rebuild?
     

  15. U1558943250027
    Cupcake May 27, 2019


  16. Shubham Choradia
    Cupcake May 27, 2019


  17. abhi24
    Gingerbread May 27, 2019

    abhi24 , May 27, 2019 :
    no. im checking every one hr in system updates ?
     

  18. tezun23
    Eclair May 27, 2019


  19. G_Krzysztof_Karwoski_LPa
    Cupcake May 27, 2019

  20. elanglois
    Lollipop May 27, 2019

    elanglois , May 27, 2019 :
    Here's how Android works. You'll notice that Android apps can run on Intel or Arm just as easily, which is normally not possible. Android apps are written to a virtual machine that doesn't actually exist in real hardware. It's called the ART runtime. When an app is first installed, Android does JIT, or Just In Time compilation, translating the ART code to the natively running system. Then, in the background, it starts off an AOT, Ahead of Time compiler, making ARM code from the ART virtual code in your APK. The next time that code runs, instead of doing a rather CPU intensive JIT/interprettation of the ART code, it just ignores the APK and runs the native ARM code.

    That Dalvik/ART cache is all the compiled code for your apps. If you delete it, your system has to go back to the slow JIT method to run apps AND generate a new cache for every app. The more apps you have, the longer your system will be busy translating ART code to ARM code, draining your battery.

    Every major update, various libraries and other bits change and Android will regenerate that cache. People complain on the forums and the advise people give is to clear caches ... and now you have to start all over!

    Don't delete caches! If your system fails to boot, after 10 mins, reboot it, if it still fails, clear the cache and try twice again. If it still fails, factory reset. If a large number of apps are all crashing when you start them shortly after an update, then Android should have cleared caches. Clear it once to stop apps from crashing. ANY other issue and it is NOT a cache problem.